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Listen to Panic! at the Disco's Brendon Urie sing on new song with Juice WRLD and Benny Blanco

ABC/Fred LeePanic! at the Disco frontman Brendon Urie's collaboration with "Lucid Dreams" rapper Juice WRLD and producer Benny Blanco is here. The song is called "Roses," and you can download it now via digital outlets.

Urie has his own verse on the track, and also joins in with Juice for the hook: "Roses are red/violets are blue/My heart is dead/I'm such a fool/Why did I fall for you?/I gave it all for you."

Blanco started teasing the collaboration on Instagram earlier this week. Speaking to Beats 1 about the track, Blanco says, "It's so cool to see both of these guys from such different worlds coming together and just really vibing on the same s***."

Juice is also known as an "emo rapper," so he and Urie probably had a lot in common, too.

Urie and Panic! will launch a U.S. tour behind their new album Pray for the Wicked January 10 in Buffalo, New York.

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